Brian Perry was born in Sacramento, California and raised in the San Joaquin Valley. Brian is the CEO of Agreement Pictures based in Reno, NV and Los Angeles, CA. Brian is also founder and CEO of BP Filmworks which is also based in Reno. BP Filmworks works hand in hand with Agreement Pictures. Brian started in the entertainment business as a model and actor. After years of stepping in front of cameras, Brian became intrigued with the producing end of film. His charismatic personality and “never give up” attitude is a big part of the driven force behind Agreement Pictures. Brian has worked on several projects on the producer end, as well as negotiating with investors and other production companies around the world. He recently hung up his hat in the acting department to focus primarily on producing. His vision is to bring to life the many projects that have been brought to Agreement Pictures, while working on building a successful and thriving company.
Born and raised in New England, Blaine Dahle developed a passion for skiing. His passion brought him all over the world, skiing some of the most treacherous and challenging terrain. His competitive skiing mixed with his adrenalin junkie lifestyle brought him to a devastating accident in Europe which resulted in a near death experience. Searching for another outlet to feed his soul, Blaine picked up a camera with plans to film the world. Blaine maintained his passion for adventure while moving into the film business by choosing to work on projects such as feature films, documentaries, television and adventure filming. He’s worked in environments from the Artic Circle to the depths of the oceans. He has worked for the projects with the Discovery Channel and Animal Planet. Blaine continues his adventurous journey in life as a Creator, Producer and Cinematographer based out of Los Angeles, CA.
Tony Boldi, Partner and Executive Producer at Agreement Pictures brings a lengthy and strong skill set relating to the entertainment industry. Tony is the Founder and CEO of Lifeforce Foundations which is a For-Cause Organization focused upon Global and Local Social Concerns. Tony has received numerous honors and awards such as the Official People's Mayor of Hollywood and an honorary PhD from his former learning institution. Tony was the stage director for the 34th Key Art Awards at the famous Academy Awards Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California. Tony has dealt in everything from financing feature films to directing, writing, producing, editing and distribution. Tony was the Co-Host of the LA Music Awards and Co-Producer of the World Dance Awards and Choreographer's Carnival as of 2011. In addition to Tony’s extensive experience, he is currently the host of the “Afternoon Delight” show and “Hollywood In Review” live from the WCOBM studios based in Hollywood, CA. Tony also lends his management skills to the station. Not only does Tony Boldi have a strong background in film, radio and television, he is an active DJ who has performed with some of L.A.s top celebrities.
With the ability to move easily from the stage to screen, Eric Olsson has demonstrated his versatility with roles ranging from producing and playing the lead in the Jeff Daniels’ critically acclaimed play Escanaba in da Moonlight to starring in J.R.R Tolkien’s great-grandson’s feature film debut and the television pilot series “Rellik” directed by Tim Russ (Star Trek Voyager). A dual citizen and graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara, Eric earned his degree in film and media arts. He made his acting debut in the short film he entered into Pringle’s “Unleash your Extreme” national contest which he wrote, directed, and edited. The film won a national award. Being a collegiate athlete and winning a national championship, Eric acquired valuable skills as the Captain of his team that he uses today when acting and/or producing, including the art of leadership.
Alex Bretow, Vice President at Agreement Pictures is a producer and director who has 8 years of industry experience. His entertainment career started by working at Emmy Award Winning Bodega Studios. Alex worked his way in to producing and directing his own projects, eventually producing several films and commercials. Alex has produced two films that were shown at Cannes Film Festival for two consecutive years. Alex has a depth of love for the craft of filmmaking. Alex strives to tell stories that matter and make an impact. He is one of the first producers to make a film natively in Barco Escape’s Three Screen Cinema Experience. Alex is currently also a Partner at Mammoth Pictures.
Sue McGaughey is the Owner and CEO of MG Agency CA; entertainment management and public relations. She comes to Agreement Pictures with a background in psychology and behavior management, as well as years of management and P.R experience. She has also worked both in film and music as a producer and operations management. Sue also brings her writing talent. She is a freelance writer who has written for several magazines. Currently she is head writer for “City to Country” magazine. Sue also has experience with script writing and proof reading. In addition to her experience in the film and music end of entertainment, Sue was a radio personality and advice columnist for several years. She is very well rounded and knowledgeable in the entertainment industry.
Tamara Perry was born in Sacramento, CA. She currently resides between California and Nevada working as an Intensive Care nurse and as Business Development for Agreement Pictures. In 1999 Tamara opened and built a million dollar medical business. Tamara's business sense lends greatly to the company. In addition to nursing, Tamara is also a singer/songwriter, as well as having dabbled in some acting experiences; one being a role as an E.R surgeon. Tamara's hard work attitude and skill set makes her a positive asset to Agreement Pictures.
Dominique Ramone Smith was raised in Reno, NV. He started his acting career on stage in the play, “Stacking the Odds”. After his performance in that play, Dom decided to pursue a career in acting. Since then Dominique has appeared in several stage plays. He stepped away from stage to pursue T.V and film. Shortly after stepping away from stage, Dom landed his first role as ‘Carlen’ in the film, “Look Twice”, by Crumbley Productions. Dom has continued to work on other films, T.V. shows and web series throughout Nevada and California. As part of the Agreement Pictures family, Dom joined partnership with the production company BP FILMWORKS based in Reno, NV. He spends his time behind the scenes producing the ongoing stream of projects coming into the company.
La Tisha “L.T” Clayton was born in Hollywood, CA. She is an Award winning Video Journalist, known for her in-depth short news documentary, Occupy Sacramento: Voices of a Movement (2011) recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists, and her DP/Journalist/Editor work on the documentary, 50 Sports in 50 Weeks (2014-15) in which she traveled around the world. L.T. has been involved in film, video, writing, music, and journalistic endeavors since her primary years. With an extensive background in Media Production, Sociology and Community/Labor Organizing, and as a strong believer in human connectedness, L.T. deems it her mission to create and produce compelling docu-reality based content that inspires building bridges and creates powerful human breakthroughs. L.T. believes in the unique opportunity to use a visual medium to bring the narratives of people across the globe to light. While studying at Sacramento State University (2005), L.T. was inspired by Michael Apted’s the 7 Up series. L.T. began development for "7 Years to the Future", a social and cultural docu-reality series chronicling the lives of diverse, 7-year-old youth from Sacramento, California (America’s Most Diverse City- TIME, 2002) while taking a compelling look at culture, socioeconomic status, agents of socialization and a child’s life chances at reaching their potential in America. Documentary Academy Award winner Kieth Merrill is Consulting Producer on the project. As Vice President of Operations and Docu-Reality Producer, L.T. contributes leadership, creativity, project managment, analytical thinking, research skills, detail oriented organization, and a collaborative work approach to ensure company efficiency, balance and growth.
Lindsey Lienhardt comes to Agreement Pictures with B.A.s in Theatre Performance and Arts Business Management. Although dedicating most of her childhood and young adult life studying and perfecting the theory of art and acting, Lindsey has always had an interlocking passion for film. Early in Lindsey’s career, she got her start on the LA based web series Disillusioned as key set PA and Manager of principle and extra actors, as well as Florida State University short films, “The Dream Box”, “After the Fall” and “The Breakup”. Lindsey’s commitment to the entertainment industry has brought her experience in several aspects of film production, including producing an award winning short Sanctuary, featuring Walking Dead Actor Jeremey Palko and accomplished stunt woman, director Ashley Hudson. The film has won several awards including Best Short Film at the ‘Hollywood and Beyond Film Festival’. Sanctuary is set to premier in Hollywood at ‘Action on Film Festival’ on Sept. 5, 2016.
Christopher Tisdale started out in the entertainment industry as a teenage model, actor and musician. For the past twenty years, he has worked as a litigation and contract paralegal, project manager, business owner, event planner, and office manager, working mostly in the legal arena and, even though his professional life has not included the entertainment industry, he has used the talents he has acquired over the years to help artists organize their projects in his spare time. Chris has organized and assisted with countless photo shoots, live musical and special events, television productions, and audio recordings. Chris was born in Heidelberg, Germany and was raised in Reno, NV where he also received his degree in Paralegal Studies from the University of Nevada, Reno. As well as entering the world of film production, Chris is working on completing his first novel.
Ethan Ireland graduated from California State University Monterey Bay's Institute for Cinematic Arts & Technology. Ethan has worked both sides of the camera since 1998. He has worked on countless short films, feature films, television series (both reality & dramatic), as well as stage shows. In 2009 he was hired as part of a team selected to train the stars behind the smash hit YouTube series “Smosh” to become competent production professionals. He spent the next four seasons acting as the show's 1stAssistant Director and Assistant Production Manager. Smosh exploded from a single channel with around 2.5 million subscribers at start to the present-day full-blown media empire with multiple spin-off channels and over 20 million subscribers. After leaving Smosh for more intellectually stimulating production work, Ethan acted as Director of Video Production for CattleDog Publising, a company founded by world-class animal behavior scientist and veterinarian, Dr. Sophia Yin. Ethan's contributions helped to triple the company's sales. He worked at CattleDog until Dr. Yin's death in 2014. Shortly thereafter, he spent a year teaching film & video production at a charter high school for gifted students. Afterwards he went on to act as 1st Assistant Director and Associate Producer for a television pilot directed by Emmy Award-winner Tim Russ. It was on the aforementioned television pilot where Ethan met Brian Perry and Eric Olsson from Agreement Pictures. Since the company's founding in 2015, Ethan has been simultaneously acting for the camera and working to further the advancement of the the company.